Sunday 27 September 2015 74 °F
Today I led several people on a private Oak Park Bird Walk and then we met up with others back at our house for a reunion of the group with which I traveled to Costa Rica this past summer. It was a huge success!
Although we saw relatively few birds, we had a great time. Here is a GRAY CATBIRD for which we climbed upon a fence to get a better look:
A brief glimpse at this BLACKPOLL WARBLER was our only warbler of the day:
We had a blast! It was great to see so many people from the group again!
Bird-of-the-day to the GRAY CATBIRD, and runner-up to the BLACKPOLL WARBLER.
There are still two openings in upcoming Oak Park Bird Walks!
Sunday, October 4 @ 8am - 1 opening
Sunday, October 11 @ 8am - 1 opening
Email me at email@example.com to make a reservation for one or both of these days. For more information on Oak Park Bird Walks, please visit: sites.google.com/site/opbirdwalks/
World Life List: 865 Species (no life birds today)